Federal safety rules require truck drivers to take periodic rest breaks to prevent accidents caused by fatigue. For example, after driving 11 hours in a 24-hour period, operators must be off duty for 10 consecutive hours. To prove they actually took rest breaks, drivers are required to keep an electronic or paper logbook.
Car collision, SUV rollovers, ATV crashes, motorcycle wrecks and tractor-trailer incidents all fall under the category of motor vehicle accidents. Although you can group them all together under one name, it does not mean they are the same. Different factors complicate each type of accident.